Hello.

I need an API that can receive weeknumber/year and return a date/date range.(Please enclose parameter description as well)
I'm already using CEEDATE, CEEDAYS and CEEDYWK, but I can't see that function in any of them.

Any ideas?


Mvh.

Geir Kildal

"Keep it simple!"


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Fra: cobol400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cobol400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] På vegne av Jon Paris
Sendt: 10. juni 2009 05:20
Til: COBOL Programming on the iSeries/AS400
Emne: Re: [COBOL400-L] reference to variable fields in IBM copybooks

No worries Scott - Simon nailed it - I had missed the actual API details in the first post.


On 9-Jun-09, at 8:13 PM, Scott Lindstrom wrote:

Jon -
IIRC, this is library QSYSINC, file QLBLSRC, member EZDAEP.

Simon -
"First question: How can you be sure there will only be at most 5
library names? The structure allows an open limit. Your code really
needs to handle the actual number of libraries supplied."

I was only logging up to 5 for simplicity. For a more rugged
application
I should log any and all. I may do that now since auditing has
become
more important over the years.
Scott
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Subject: Re: [COBOL400-L] reference to variable fields in IBM
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On 9-Jun-09, at 5:43 PM, Scott Lindstrom wrote:

Tom - this looks like it will get me going!

You guys frighten the heck out of me! If IBM changed the copy
member
don't you think there might have been a reason? Like the data is
now
returned differently or ...

Exactly what copy member is it you are using Scott?

Jon Paris

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